Solar Storm: Martial Arts for Our Movement (9-16-18)

Kyle discusses the martial arts of the ancient Aryan tribes, viking wrestling in particular, Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA), Krav Maga, the history and important of BJJ, why we need to think martially, and much more.

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2 years ago

Aryan Culture is a warrior culture. I always try to encourage others to do martial arts. Especially if they are claiming to be Wotanist or NS. I began karate at age 8 I have been in Shito Ryu since about 2010 recently I started BJJ though. Makes sense for our people to be in martial arts since its what we have always done best it can also become a career as well.

Any people around IL. here is one of my sites.
einherjarmartialarts.com

Liz
2 years ago

Thanks, Kyle, and since you touched on warriors, here are a few quotes relating to it:

“Ideas are the great warriors of the world, and a war that has no idea behind it, is simply a brutality.”
~ J. A. Garfield

“The modern warrior: Being a warrior is not about needing to be right, dominating others, or not feeling any pain. The key to being a warrior is in not being afraid of who you are. This is perhaps the highest form of bravery: not being afraid of yourself.”
~ Unknown

“A warrior must only take care that his spirit is never broken.”
~ Shissai

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2 years ago

BJJ and Muay Thai have always been a a fascination of mine. There are a few studio/dojos in my area but I’m trying to find the one with the best price that will also train me correctly. This will also help with me stay mentally focused and physically ready for anything.

Bob Matthews
2 years ago

Taekwondo is supposedly pretty good, not the one featured in the Olympics – the full contact one. Muay Thai looks pretty hardcore with elbow smashes to the back of the head. Speaking of which I would recommend a movie “Prayer before Dawn” about the experiences of an young English man in a Thai Jail who survives by fighting in Muay Thai competitions – brutal stuff!

2 years ago

All women should train in the grappling arts:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtgj2Bcgn3Q

Rollie
Reply to  Sinny
2 years ago

Even little kids love BJJ

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=8m0NWBhxRow

Reply to  Rollie
2 years ago

I got to teach a children’s class the other night and realized that a lot of this is instinctual for them.

Krav Maga is ghey
Reply to  Sinny
2 years ago

Do groping arts count too?

renegade
Reply to  Krav Maga is ghey
2 years ago

Can you just stop littering my comment section with your shit that adds nothing to the conversation?

Krav Maga is ghey
Reply to  renegade
2 years ago

Okay, no more jokes. 🙁
<3

Krav Maga is ghey
2 years ago

Could we please stop hearing about the virtues of Krav Maga?
It’s a mixed bag of nonsense and stolen moves, heavily marketed worldwide because it’s jewish.
All the self defense you would find in the bajillion different version of KM already existed before KM was conceived.
And KM is certainly not a martial art. It was meant to be initially and had nothing to do with self defense, but the genesis of KM is so laughable and typically jewish.

Foster XL
Reply to  Krav Maga is ghey
2 years ago

Obviously didn’t listen to the show, doh! 😮

Krav Maga is ghey
Reply to  Foster XL
2 years ago

Ah sorry, I was venting a bit and my remark is meant in a general way. I had a talk with a friend who listened to the podcast too and… dude never got in ring, is borderline hipster, yet would lecture me on this and that. -_- Truly I’m a bit tired of that topic, it so often resurfaces irl or on the interwebs and so many people think KM is cool because of the exotic name, because of stupid videos and all the huge (zionist) marketing. Even professional instructors fall into this trap (!), like if they didn’t realize that the few good techniques that have little to do with fighting — because there’s no real fight, just an attempt at saving your skin… Read more »

Skalgarir
Reply to  Krav Maga is ghey
2 years ago

Why bother with krav maga when you have White Phosphorus, or even better: the Media?…..

Petter Gustafsson
2 years ago

MMA is very adaptable to lethal conflicts. Train al the illegal punches and throws and stomps. Train 2 vs 1 and 2 vs 3……….Ground-grappling is dangerous if yo face more than one opponent, or if the guy might carry a knife

Krav Maga is ghey
2 years ago
2 years ago

HEMA also sounds very useful. I just listened to this for a 3rd time. Great show and I love the clip of the guy explaining about BJJ. A friend of mine who was in the AirForce years ago took up BBJ. On a side note, I’ve heard it stated that Sean Hannity practices with Krav Maga. He could be using that money to help out the European folk domestic or abroad but no…he hoards it and grovels at the feet of Israel and their puppet Trump.

That last bit was probably irrelevant but once Kyle mentioned KM, I perked up because I’d heard those rumors.

Petter Gustafsson
2 years ago

Swords are less likely ad practical, but dagger and knifebased methods can fill in for what to do if guns cant be operated properly…European rondell-dagger, the FairbarnSykes dagger, Sayoc Kali.

Krav Maga is ghey
Reply to  Petter Gustafsson
2 years ago

I agree that sword “fights” and fencing forms are not useful in the slightest. If anything, we’d first need to be allowed to carry such weapons with us at all time and get used to it. It’s just not true today, as you have more chances to have a gun pointed at your head than the tip of a one-handed short sword.
However, these arts are extremely important from a cultural point of view.

Skalgarir
2 years ago

Check out Richard Dimitri videos on yt.

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